Also known as Tzia, Kea Greece is located south of Attica and right opposite the town of Lavrion. It has exceptional beaches and one of the best system of walking paths and trails of any Greek island.
Although belongs to the Cyclades complex, its architecture and landscape has little similarities to the other islands of the complex.
According to Greek Mythology, the island's name came from Keo, the son of Apollo and leader of the Locrians. Based on archaeological findings, the island of Kea (Tzia) has been inhabited since the Post-Neolithic Period and was a great cultural center during the Bronze Age. Kea (Tzia) participated in the Persian Wars and was part of the Athenian Alliance.
Recently, the island has developed into one of Greece's up and coming vacation destinations.
Tzia is a cultural gem with prehistoric settlements and exquisite neoclassical buildings.
- Ioulida, the picturesque Chora in the heart of the island, is built amphitheatrically and is a great spot to enjoy the spectacular view from above, especially in sunset. A short walk away, you will find the emblematic Lion (called also “Liontas”), an impressive stone statue of a lion, sculptured on a rock. Visit the Archaeological Museum as well as the old municipal building, designed by the genius philhellene architect Ernst Ziller.
THE HOUSE IS AT ORCOS AREA –25 MIN (14,4 KLM) FROM THE PORT (CORESSIA) IN THE EAST SIDE AND LESS THAN 6 MIN AND 2,5 KLM FROM ORCOS & PSATHI BEACH.
The house consists of:
- 108,8 M2 BASEMENT WHICH CAN BECOME INDEPENDENT
- 105 M2 GROUND FLOOR
- 59 M2 1ST FLOOR
- TOP FLOOR ROOM